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    Product Specifications

    Capacity

    50 Balls

    Color

    Silver

    Dimensions

    12x12x27 inches

    Weight

    6 Lbs.

    Item #

    501005

    Style #

    BHR1

    Only ships within contiguous US. No free shipping.

    Gamma Ball Hopper Risette 50

    Features an improved weld design and new Diamond Clad weather resistant coating. A 50 ball capacity hopper, the Risette 50 features convenient handles that make for easy pick-up and flip over to stand basket at fingertip height, while attached lid prevents spilling.

    *Tennis balls are not included.

    average rating 3.8 out of 5
    Based on 5 reviews
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    60% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
    5 Reviews
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Review posted

    It Worked really well and was sturdy and easy to assembly.

    I have just been playing tennis over 1 year and love the convenience of the hopper.I like that I can turn it upside down and pick up the balls after hitting.

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    Rated 1 out of 5
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    Flinsy at best. Don't waste your money.

    The legs don't hold up well and I found the unit tipping over. All the balls spill out then. Not made properly.

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    Rated 5 out of 5
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    Gamma Ball Hopper Risette 50

    this is a very durable product that really helps warm up my serve.

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    Rated 5 out of 5
    Review posted

    Serves the purpose.

    Both my girls play tennis and the ball hopper works out perfect. Well built and easy to set up.

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    Rated 3 out of 5
    Review posted

    effective enough for its intended purpos

    Nice, relatively sturdy ball hopper, but legs are prone to slipping out of base...especially when you transition between carrying it and setting it up to feed balls.

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